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John Allison

John Allison
john.allison@mccombs.utexas.edu
CBA 5.246 (-471-9435)
CBA 5.202 (-471-3322)

 

John R. Allison, Arti K. Rai, and Bhaven Sampat. 2014. University Software: Patents, Open Source, and Commercialization, in Perspectives on Commercializing Innovation, F. Scott Kieff, and Troy A. Paredes, eds. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
John R. Allison, Emerson Tiller, and Samantha Zyontz. 2012. Patent Litigation and the Internet. Stanford Technology Law Review 3.
John R. Allison and Joshua W. Walker. 2011. Patent Quality and Settlement Among Repeat Patent Litigants. Georgetown Law Journal 99, 677-712.
John R. Allison, Mark A. Lemley, and Joshua W. Walker. 2010. Extreme Value or Trolls on Top? Characteristics of the Most-Litigated Patents. University of Pennsylvania Law Review 158, 1-37.
Arti K. Rai, John R. Allison, and Bhaven Sampat. 2009. University Software Ownership and Litigation: A First Examination. North Carolina Law Review 87, 1519-1570.
John R. Allison and Ronald J. Mann. 2008. The Disputed Value of Software Patents. Washington University Law Review 85(2), 297-342.
John R. Allison, Abe Dunn, and Ronald J. Mann. 2007. Software Patents, Incumbents, and Entry. Texas Law Review 85, 1579-1625.
John R. Allison and Mark A. Lemley. 2007. The (Unnoticed) Death of the Doctrine of Equivalents. Stanford Law Review 59, 955-984.
John R. Allison and Thomas W. Sager. 2007. Valuable Patents Redux: On the Enduring Merits of Using Patent Characteristics to Identify Valuable Patents. TEXAS LAW REVIEW 85, 1769-1797.
John R. Allison and Starling Hunter. 2006. On the Feasibility of Reforming Patent Quality One Technology at a Time: The Case of Business Methods. Berkeley Technology Law Journal 21, 729-794.
Robert A. Prentice and John R. Allison. 2005. Business Law: Text and Cases in the Legal Environment. Thomson Custom Publishing.
John R. Allison, Mark A. Lemley, Kimberly A. Moore, and R. Derek Trunkey. 2004. Valuable Patents. Georgetown Law Journal 92, 435-479.
John R. Allison and Emerson H. Tiller. 2003. Internet Business Method Patents, in Patents in the Knowledge-Based Economy, Wesley M. Cohen, and Stephen A. Merrill, eds. Washington, D.C.: National Academies of Sciences, 259-280.
John R. Allison and Emerson H. Tiller. 2003. The Business Method Patent Myth. Berkeley Technology Law Journal 18, 987-1084.
John R. Allison and Robert A. Prentice. 2002. Business Law: Text and Cases in the Regulatory Environment 5th Custom Edition 2003. Cincinnati, OH: International Thomson Custom Learning.
John R. Allison and Emerson H. Tiller. 2002. Internet Business Method Patents. Texas Business Review, 1-3.
John R. Allison and Mark A. Lemley. 2002. The Growing Complexity of the United States Patent System. Boston University Law Review 82, 77.
John R. Allison. 2000. Five Ways to Keep Disputes Out of Court. Harvard Business Review on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution 68, 166-177.
John R. Allison and Mark A. Lemley. 2000. How Federal Circuit Judges Vote in Patent Validity Cases. Florida State University Law Review 27, 745-766.
John R. Allison and Mark A. Lemley. 2000. Who's Patenting What? An Empirical Exploration of Patent Prosecution. Vanderbilt Law Review 53, 2099-2174.
John R. Allison and Mark A. Lemley. 2000. Who's Patenting What? An Empirical Exploration of Patent Prosecution. Vanderbilt Law Review 53, 2099-2174.
John R. Allison and Lianlian Lin. 1999. The Evolution of Chinese Attitudes Toward Property Rights in Invention and Discovery. University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law 20, 735-792.
John R. Allison and Mark A. Lemley. 1998. Empirical Evidence on the Validity of Litigated Patents. American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal 26, 185-277.
John R. Allison. 1996. How Accommodating Do You Have to Be? Across the Board 33, 43-48.
John R. Allison. 1995. A Process Values Analysis of Decision-Maker Bias: The Case of Economic Conflicts of Interest. American Business Law Journal 32, 481-540.
John R. Allison. 1995. Rule-Making Accuracy in the NCAA and its Member Institutions: Do Their Decisional Structures and Processes Promote Educational Primacy for the Student-Athlete. University of Kansas Law Review 44, 1-60.
Lianlian Lin and John R. Allison. 1994. An Analysis of Expropriation and Nationalization Risk in China. Yale Journal of International Law 19, 135-186.
John R. Allison and Robert A. Prentice. 1994. Business Law: Text and Cases in the Regulatory Environment, 6th Edition. Fort Worth, TX: The Dryden Press.
John R. Allison. 1994. Ideology, Prejudgment, and Process Values. New England Law Review 28, 657-743.
John R. Allison, William W. Cooper, and Abraham Charnes. 1994. Uses of Modeling in Science and Society, in Ethics in Modeling, W.A. Wallace, ed. Tarrytown, NY: Elsevier Science, 11-36.
John R. Allison. 1993. Combinations of Decision-Making Functions, Ex Parte Communications, and Related Biasing Influences: A Process Value Analysis. Utah Law Review 37, 1135-1223.
John R. Allison, William W. Cooper, and Fred Philips. 1993. Comprehensive Audits for Use in Evaluating Scientific Research, in Third International Conference on Research Policies and Quality Assurance,
John R. Allison and Robert A. Prentice. 1993. The Legal Environment of Business. Fort Worth, TX: The Dryden Press.
John R. Allison, Rate A. Howell, and Robert A. Prentice. 1992. Business Law: Fifth Alternate Edition. Hinsdale, IL: The Dryden Press.
John R. Allison and William W. Cooper. 1992. Data Disclosure and Data Sharing in Scientific Research. Accountability in Research: Policies and Quality Assurance 2, 93-132.
John R. Allison. 1992. The Role of Legal Scholarship in the Business School. Journal of Legal Studies Education 10, 131-136.
John R. Allison. 1991. The Role of Law in the Business School Curriculum. Journal of Legal Studies Education 33, 239-264.
John R. Allison. 1990. Easing the Pain of Legal Disputes: The Evolution and Future of Reform. Business Horizons 33, 13-20.
John R. Allison. 1990. Five Ways to Keep Disputes Out of Court. Harvard Business Review 68, 166-177.
John R. Allison and Dennis L. Thomas. 1990. Telecommunications Deregulation: Market Power and Cost Allocation Issues. New York, NY: Quorum Books.
John R. Allison. 1990. The Context, Properties, and Constitutionality of Nonconsensual Arbitration: A Study for Four Systems. Journal of Dispute Resolution 1990, 1-101.
John R. Allison. 1989. Alternative Dispute Resolution: Can We Disagree Without Being Disagreeable?, in Proceedings of Annual Meeting of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business,
John R. Allison. 1987. An Analysis of the Vertical Price-Nonprice Dichotomy. Akron Law Review 21, 131-189.
John R. Allison. 1987. Discussion of Pickens, U.S. Shareholders: Are the Rights & Interests of Stockholders Being Represented by Their Boards of Directors?, in Toward the Year 2000: ITT Key Issues Lecture Series 1986, New York, NY: ITT Corporation, 119-131.
John R. Allison. 1986. Arbitration Agreements and Antitrust Claims: The Need for Enhanced Accommodation of Conflicting Public Policies. North Carolina Law Review 64, 219-276.
John R. Allison. 1986. Arbitration of Private Antitrust Claims in International Trade: A Study in the Subordination of National Interests to the Demands of a World Market. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 18, 361-439.
John R. Allison. 1985. Complaining Dealers, the Terminated Price Cutter, and Sherman Act Conspiracy Doctrine. American Business Law Journal 22, 467-501.
John R. Allison. 1981. Antitrust and American Business Abroad. Texas Bar Journal 44, 1144.
John R. Allison. 1981. The Antitrust Implications of Barter. Chicago-Kent Law Review 58, 89-106.
John R. Allison. 1979. Ambiguous Price Fixing and the Sherman Act: Simplistic Labels or Unavoidable Analysis. Houston Law Review 16, 761-831.
John R. Allison. 1978. Unfair Competition, in Business Law: Key Issues and Concepts, T. Dunfee & D. Reitzel, ed. Columbus, OH: Grid Publishing, Inc.
John R. Allison. 1976. Private Cause of Action for Unfair Competition Under the Lanham Act. American Business Law Journal 14, 1-24.
John R. Allison. 1975. Survey of the Texas Antitrust Laws. The Antitrust Bulletin 20, 215-308.
John R. Allison. 1974. Antitrust and Foreign Trade: Exemption for Export Associations. Houston Law Review 11, 1124-1150.
John R. Allison. 1974. Introduction to Law and the Legal Process. American Business Law Journal 12, 106.
John R. Allison. 1973. Bar Association Minimum Fee Schedules: Goldfarb v. Virginia State Bar. American Business Law Journal 11, 87-89.
John R. Allison. 1973. Modern Business Law: An Introduction to Government and Business. American Business Law 11, 207.
John R. Allison. 1973. Professional Sports and the Antitrust Laws: Status of the Reserve System. Baylor Law Review 25, 1-25.
John R. Allison. 1973. Protection of Performance Rights to "Jesus Christ Superstar": The Dramatic-Nondramatic Dilemma. Performing Arts Review 4, 13-32.
John R. Allison. 1971. The Resurrection of the Civil Rights Act of 1866: Its Effect Upon Modern Legislation and Current Litigation. Baylor Law Review 23, 277-287.
John R. Allison. 1970. Application of Breach of Warranty to Wrongful Death Statutes: Conflict Between Archaic Legal Concepts and a Sense of Justice. Baylor Law Review 22, 384-403.

Dean Bredeson

Dean Bredeson
bredeson@mail.utexas.edu
CBA 5.258 (512-471-5248)

Books
Dean Bredeson and Susan Samuelson. 2012. Introduction to Business Law. Cengage Advantage.
Dean Bredeson and Susan Samuelson. 2012. Business and the Legal Environment. Standard Edition. Cengage Learning.
Dean Bredeson and Susan Samuelson. 2011. Essentials of Business Law. Cengage Learning
Dean Bredeson and Keith Goree. 2011. Ethics in the Workplace. 3rd Edition. Cengage Learning.
Dean Bredeson. 2011. Applied Business Ethics. 1st Edition. Cengage Learning.
Dean Bredeson and Robert Prentice. 2009. Student Guide to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Cengage Learning.
Journal Publications
Dean Bredeson. 2003. Thumbnail Reproductions, Imported Images, and Copyright Infringement on the Web. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.

Frank Cross

Frank Cross
crossf@mail.utexas.edu
CBA 3.446 (-471-5250)
CBA 5.202 (-471-3322)

 

Frank B. Cross. 2010. Determinants of Citations to Supreme Court Opinions (and the Remarkable Influence of Justice Scalia). Supreme Court Economic Review 18(1), 117-202.
Roger LeRoy Miller, Frank B. Cross, and Gaylord A. Jentz. 2008. Essentials of the Legal Environment (Second Edition). Marion, OH: West Legal Studies in Business - Thompson/South-Western.
Frank B. Cross. 2008. What Do Judges Want? Texas Law Review 87, 183-233.
Frank B. Cross. 2007. Decision Making in the U.S. Courts of Appeals. Stanford, CA: Stanford Univ. Press.
Frank B. Cross. 2007. Identifying the Virtues of Common Law. Supreme Court Economic Review 15, 21-59.
Frank B. Cross and Lindquest, Stefanie. 2007. The Scientific Study of Judicial Activism. Minnesota Law Review 91, 1752-1784.
Frank B. Cross. 2007. The Significance of Statutory Interpretive Methodologies. Notre Dame Law Review 82.
Gaylord A. Jentz, Miller, and Frank B. Cross. 2007. West Business Law - Alternate Edition (Tenth Edition). Marion, OH: West Legal Studies in Business - Thompson/South-Western.
Frank B. Cross and Robert A. Prentice. 2006. Economies, Capital Markets, and Securities Law. Cardozo Law Review 28, 333-389.
Frank B. Cross and Lindquist, Stefanie. 2006. The Decisional Significance of the Chief Justice. University of Pennsylvania Law Review 154, 1665-1707.
Frank B. Cross. 2006. The Value of LIfe in Texas Litigation. Vanderbilt Law Review 59.
Clarkson, Roger LeRoby Miller, Gaylord A. Jentz, and Frank B. Cross. 2006. West's Business Law Text, Cases, Legal, Ethical, International and E-Commerce Environment (Tenth Edition). Marion, OH: West Legal Studies in Business - Thompson Learning.
Roger LeRoy Miller, Gaylord A. Jentz, and Frank B. Cross. 2006. West's Business Law: Extended Case Approach (2nd Edition). Marion, OH: West Legal Studies in Business -- Thomson/South-Western.
Tiller, Emerson and Frank B. Cross. 2006. What is Legal Doctrine. Northwestern Law Review 100, 517-534.
Frank B. Cross. 2005. Appellate court Adherence to Precedent. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 2, 369-405.
Roger LeRoy Miller, Gaylord A. Jentz, and Frank B. Cross. 2005. Essentials of the Legal Environment. Mason, OH: West Legal Studies in Business - Thomson/South-Western.
Frank B. Cross. 2005. Gay Politics and Precedents. Michigan Law Review 103, 1186-1230.
Frank B. Cross. 2005. Law & Trust. Georgetown Law Journal 93, 1457-1546.
Lindquist, Stefanie and Frank B. Cross. 2005. Studying the Path of Precedent. New York University Law Review 80, 1156-1206.
Gaylord A. Jentz, Roger LeRoy Miller, and Frank B. Cross. 2005. West's Business Law - Alternate Edition (9th Edition). Marion, OH: West Legal Studies in Business - Thomson Learning.
Frank B. Cross. 2004. Circuit Court Decisionmaking. Judicature 88, 30-35.
Kenneth W. Clarkson, Roger LeRoy Miller, Gaylord A. Jentz, and Frank B. Cross. 2004. West's Business Law, Text, Cases, Legal, Ethical, International, and E-Commerce Environment (Ninth Edition). Marion, OH: West Legal Studies in Business - Thomson Learning.
Frank B. Cross. 2003. America the Adversarial. Virginia Law Review 89, 189-237.
Frank B. Cross. 2003. Business and Judicial Politics. Business and Politics 5, 3-5.
Frank B. Cross. 2003. Decisionmaking in the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. California Law Review 91, 1459-1515.
Frank B. Cross. 2003. Thoughts on Goldilocks and Judicial Independence. Ohio State University Law Review 64, 195-219.
Roger LeRoy Miller, Gaylord A. Jentz, and Frank B. Cross. 2003. West's Business Law: A Case Study Approach. Marion, OH: West Legal Studies in Business - Thomson Learning.
Frank B. Cross. 2002. Law and Economic Growth. Texas Law Review 80, 1737-75.
Frank B. Cross. 2002. The Folly of Federalism. Cardozo Law Review 24, 1-59.
Frank B. Cross. 2002. The Naive Environmentalist. Case Western Reserve Law Review.
Roger LeRoy Miller, Gaylord A. Jentz, and Frank B. Cross. 2002. West's Business Law -- Alternate Edition (8th Edition). Marion, OH: West Legal Studies in Business.
Frank B. Cross, Michael Heise, and Greg Sisk. 2001. Above the Rules: A Response to Epstein and King. University of Chicago Law Review 69, 135-151.
Frank B. Cross. 2001. Legal Implications of Hormesis. Human and Experimental Toxicology 20, 122-128.
Frank B. Cross and Blake Nelson. 2001. Strategic Institutional Effects on Supreme Court Decisionmaking. Northwestern University Law Review 95, 1437-1494.
Frank B. Cross. 2001. The Error of Positive Rights. U.C.L.A. Law Review 48, 857-924.
Kenneth W. Clarkson, Roger LeRoy Miller, Gaylord A. Jentz, and Frank B. Cross. 2001. West's Business Law, Text, Cases, Legal, Ethical, International, and E-Commerce Environment (8th Edition). Marion, OH: West Legal Studies in Business -- Thomson Learning.
David B. Spence and Frank B. Cross. 2000. A Public Choice Case for the Administrative State. Georgetown Law Journal 89, 97-142.
Frank B. Cross. 2000. Comparative Judicial Databases. Judicature 83, 11-13.
Frank B. Cross. 2000. In Praise of Irrational Plaintiffs. Cornell Law Review 86, 1-32.
Frank B. Cross. 2000. Incorporating Hormesis in Risk Regulation. Environmental Law Reporter 30, 10778-10785.
Frank B. Cross. 2000. Institutions and Enforcement of the Bill of Rights. Cornell Law Review 85, 1529-1608.
Frank B. Cross. 2000. Pragmatic Pathologies of Judicial Review of Administrative Rulemaking. North Carolina Law Review 78, 1013-1070.
Frank B. Cross and Emerson Tiller. 2000. Three Faces of Federalism: An Empirical Assessment of Supreme Court Federalism Jurisprudence. Southern California Law Review 73, 741-772.
Charles Silver and Frank B. Cross. 2000. What's Not to Like About Being a Lawyer. Yale Law Journal 109, 1443-1503.
Emerson H. Tiller and Frank B. Cross. 1999. A Modest Proposal for Improving American Justice. Columbia Law Review 99, 215-234.
Emerson H. Tiller and Frank B. Cross. 1999. A Modest Reply to Judge Wald. Columbia Law Review 99, 262-269.
Frank B. Cross. 1999. Common Law Conceits. George Mason Law Review 7, 965-982.
Frank B. Cross. 1999. Public Choice and the Judiciary. Hastings Law Review 50, 359-382.
Frank B. Cross. 1999. Realism About Federalism. New York University Law Review 74, 1304-1335.
Frank B. Cross. 1999. Shattering the Fragile Case for Judicial Review of Administrative Rulemaking. Virginia Law Review 85, 1243-1334.
Frank B. Cross. 1999. The Role of Law in Human Rights Protection. International Review of Law and Economics 19, 87-98.
Frank B. Cross. 1998. Facts and Values in Risk Assessment. Reliability Engineering and System Safety 59, 27-40.
Frank B. Cross and Emerson H. Tiller. 1998. Judicial Partisanship and Obedience to Legal Doctrine. Yale Law Journal 107, 2155-2176.
Frank B. Cross. 1998. Lawyers, the Economy, and Society. American Business Law Journal 35, 477-514.
Frank B. Cross. 1998. The Justices of Strategy. Duke Law Journal 48, 511-570.
Frank B. Cross and J. Wiener. 1998. The Puzzle of Environmental Politics. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum 9, 1-7.
Frank B. Cross. 1997. International Determinants of Human Rights and Welfare: Law, Wealth, or Culture. Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 7, 265-278.
Frank B. Cross. 1997. Political Science and the New Legal Realism. Northwestern University Law Review 92, 251-326.
Frank B. Cross. 1997. The Consequences of Compromise. Washington University Law Quarterly 75, 1155-1206.
Frank B. Cross. 1997. The Subtle Vices of Environmental Values. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum 8, 151-171.
Frank B. Cross. 1996. Paradoxical Perils of the Precautionary Principle. Washington and Lee Law Review 53, 851-925.
Frank B. Cross. 1996. The Role of Lawyers in Positive Theories of Doctrinal Evolution. Emory Law Journal 45, 523-589.
Frank B. Cross. 1995. A Different Perspective on Environmental Racism. Planning Forum 1, 71-76.
Frank B. Cross. 1995. Indoor Air Pollution, in Environmental Issues in Real Estate, American Bar Association.
Frank B. Cross. 1995. Rethinking Joint and Several Liability, in A Mandate for Change, Texans for Lawsuit Reform.
Frank B. Cross. 1995. Shouldn't We Regulate the Worst Things First? Environmentalism's Strange Fear of Science. New York University Environmental Law Journal 4, 312-338.
Frank B. Cross. 1995. When Environmental Regulations Kill: The Role of Health/Health Analysis. Ecology Law Quarterly 22, 728-784.
Frank B. Cross and S. Segal. 1994. And the Meek Shall Inherit Cleaner Earth. Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Law 9, 269-278.
Frank B. Cross. 1994. Economic Determinants of Environmental Compliance. Industrial and Environmental Crisis Quarterly 8, 227-237.
Frank B. Cross. 1994. Establishing Environmental Innocence. Real Estate Law Journal 23, 332-344.
Frank B. Cross. 1994. The Public Role in Risk Control. Environmental Law 24, 887-969.
Frank B. Cross. 1993-1996.Federal Environmental Regulation of Real Estate. New York, NY: Warren Gorham & Lamont.
Frank B. Cross. 1993. Law Versus Economics. Law and Social Inquiry 17, 301-306.
Frank B. Cross. 1993. Restoring Restoration for Natural Resource Damages. University of Toledo Law Review 24, 319-344.
Frank B. Cross and R. Miller. 1993-1999.West's Legal Environment Today. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co.
Frank B. Cross. 1992. A Syncretic Perspective on Economic Growth and Environmental Protection. Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy 2, 53-66.
Frank B. Cross. 1992. Author's Response. American Business Law Journal 29, 529-534.
Frank B. Cross. 1992. Realistic Control of Indoor Rn: A Response to Mossman and Sollitto. Health Physics 61, 913-915.
Frank B. Cross. 1992. The First Thing We Do Let's Kill All the Economists: An Empirical Evaluation of the Effect of Lawyers on the United States Economy and Political System. Texas Law Review 70, 645-683.
Frank B. Cross. 1992. The Risk of Reliance on Risk Perception. Risk: Issues in Health and Safety 3, 59-70.
Frank B. Cross. 1992-1998.West's Advanced Topics and Contemporary Issues. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co.
Frank B. Cross and R. Miller. 1992-2001.West's Legal Environment of Business. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co.
Frank B. Cross and Paula C. Murray. 1991. The Case for a Texas Compulsory Utilization Statute. St. Mary's Law Review 23, 1099-1154.
Frank B. Cross, L. Lave, and D. Byrd. 1990. Discernible Risk: A Proposed Standard for Significant Risk in Carcinogen Regulation. Administrative Law Review 43, 61-88.
Frank B. Cross. 1990. Legal Aspects of Radon Gas in Residential Home Sales, in Environmental Radon: Occurrence, Control and Health Hazards, S.K. Majumdar, R.E. Schmalz, and E.W. Miller, eds. Easton, PA: The Pennsylvania Academy of Science.
Frank B. Cross. 1990. Legal Responses to Indoor Air Pollution. Westport, CT: Quorum Press.
Frank B. Cross. 1990. The Surviving Significance of the Unitary Executive. Houston Law Review 27, 599-731.
Frank B. Cross. 1990. The Weaning of the Green: Environmentalism Comes of Age in the 1990s. Business Horizons 33, 40-46.
Frank B. Cross, K. Clarkson, G. Jentz, and R. Miller. 1990-1999.West's Business Law Alternate UCC Comprehensive Edition. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co.
Frank B. Cross. 1989. Environmentally Induced Cancer and the Law. Westport, CT: Quorum Press.
Frank B. Cross. 1989. Natural Resource Damage Valuation. Vanderbilt Law Review 42, 269-341.
Frank B. Cross. 1989. Rethinking Environmental Citizen Suits. Temple Journal of Environmental Law and Technology 8, 55-76.
Frank B. Cross, K. Clarkson, G. Jentz, and R. Miller. 1989-2001.West's Business Law. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co.
Frank B. Cross. 1988. Executive Orders 12291 and 12498: A Test Case in Presidential Control of Executive Agencies. Journal of Law and Politics 4, 583-641.
Paula C. Murray and Frank B. Cross. 1988. Liability for Toxic Radon Gas in Residential Home Sales. North Carolina Law Review 66, 687-739.
Frank B. Cross. 1988. The Constitutional Legitimacy and Significance of Presidential Signing Statements. Administrative Law Review 40, 209-23.
Frank B. Cross and B. Winslett. 1987. "Export Death:" Ethical Issues and the International Trade in Hazardous Products. American Business Law Journal 25, 47-521.
Frank B. Cross and S. Griffin. 1987. A Right of Press Access to U.S. Military Operations. Suffolk University Law Review 21, 801-863.
Frank B. Cross. 1987. Business Organizations and Taxation, in Financial Management and Strategy, New York, NY: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Frank B. Cross. 1987. Debating Topicality. San Francisco, CA: Griffin Press.
Frank B. Cross. 1987. Dimensions of a Private Right of Action Under Superfund. Connecticut Law Review 19, 193-239.
Frank B. Cross. 1987. Employment Law, in Business Law: Text and Cases, New York, NY: Dryden Press.
Frank B. Cross. 1987. Forms of Business Ownership, in Understanding Business in the 80s and Beyond, New York, NY: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Frank B. Cross. 1987. Government, Law and Business, in Understanding Business, New York, NY: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Frank B. Cross. 1987. Settlement Under the 1986 Superfund Amendments. Oregon Law Review 66, 517-545.
Bill M. Shaw, Brenda Winslett, and Frank B. Cross. 1987. The Global Environment: A Proposal to Eliminate Marine Oil Pollution. Natural Resources Journal 27, 157-185.
Frank B. Cross. 1986. Asbestos in Schools: A Remonstrance Against Panic. Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 11, 73-100.
Frank B. Cross. 1986. Beyond Benzene: Establishing Principles for a Significance Threshold on Regulatable Risks of Cancer. Emory Law Journal 35, 1-57.
Frank B. Cross. 1986. Procedural Due Process Under Superfund. Brigham Young Law Journal 1986, 919-956.
Frank B. Cross. 1986. Section 1119(d) of the Clean Air Act: A New Approach to the Control of Airborne Carcinogens. Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review 13, 215-240.
Frank B. Cross and C. Smith. 1984. The Reagan Administration's Nonproliferation Nonpolicy. Catholic Law Review 33, 633-665.

Paula Murray

Paula Murray
pmurray@mail.utexas.edu
CBA 6.466 (512-471-5259)
CBA 5.202 (512-471-3322)
Paula C. Murray. 2004. Brighton and Hove: a Natural Festival City. Local Economy 19, 420-422.
David B. Spence and Paula C. Murray. 2003. A Fair Weather Federalism on the High Court. Harvard Environmental Law Review 27, 71-105.
Paula C. Murray. 1999. Inching Toward Environmental Regulatory Reform - ISO 14000 Much Ado About Nothing or a Reinvention Tool? American Business Law Journal 37, 35-71.
Paula C. Murray and David B. Spence. 1999. The Law, Economics and Politics of Federal Preemption Jurisprudence. California Law Review 87, 1125-1206.
Eric Otis and Paula C. Murray. 1997. Environmental Disclosure and Evidentry Privilege: The Right Balance for Self-Evaluative Environmental Audits. The University of Illinois Law Review, 1-69.
Paula C. Murray. 1997. The International Environmental Management Standard, ISO 14000: A Non-Tariff Trade Barrier or a Step to an Emerging Global Environmental Policy? University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law 18, 577-615.
Paula C. Murray. 1995. From the Courts: Is Habitat Modification "Harm" to a Threatened or Endangered Species? Real Estate Law Journal 24, 80-84.
Paula C. Murray. 1995. From the Courts: Restrictive Convenants in Homeowners' Associations: Are They Going to the Dogs? Real Estate Law Journal 23, 356-360.
Paula C. Murray, John Bagby, and Erica Andrews. 1995. How Green Was My Balance Sheet: Corporate Liability and Environmental Disclosure. Virginia Environmental Law Journal, 225-342.
Paula C. Murray. 1994. From the Courts: California Rules Home Builder Liable for Emotional Distress Damages. Real Estate Law Journal 23, 73-77.
Paula C. Murray. 1994. From the Courts: Premises Liability: Owner Liability for Criminal Acts of Third Parties. Real Estate Law Journal 22, 341-345.
Paula C. Murray. 1994. From the Courts: Regulatory Takings: When Does a Regulation Go "Too Far"? Real Estate Law Journal 22, 253-260.
Paula C. Murray. 1994. The Evolution of Implied Warranties in Commercial Real Estate Leases. University of Richmond Law Review 28, 145-177.
Paula C. Murray. 1993. From the Courts: What is a Defect in Real Property? Real Estate Law Journal 22, 61-65.
Paula C. Murray. 1993. Private Takings of Endangered Species as Public Nuisance: Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Commission and the Endangered Species Act. UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy 12, 119-164.
Paula C. Murray. 1992. AIDS, Ghosts, Murder: Must Real Estate Brokers and Seller Disclose? Wake Forest Law Review 27, 698-708.
Frank B. Cross and Paula C. Murray. 1991. The Case for a Texas Compulsory Utilization Statute. St. Mary's Law Review 23, 1099-1154.
Paula C. Murray and Frank B. Cross. 1988. Liability for Toxic Radon Gas in Residential Home Sales. North Carolina Law Review 66, 687-739.
Paula C. Murray. 1987. The Real Estate Broker and the Buyer: Negligence and the Duty to Investigate. Villanova Law Review 32, 939-985.
Paula C. Murray and Beverly L. Hadaway. 1986. A Summary of Mortgage-Backed Securities: A Review of Financial and Legal Issues. Law Review Digest 35, 27-28.
Paula C. Murray and Beverly L. Hadaway. 1986. Mortgage-Backed Securities: An Investigation of Legal and Financial Issues. Journal of Corporation Law 11, 203-253.
Paula C. Murray and Brenda Winslett. 1986. The Constitutional Right to Privacy and Emerging Tort Liability for Deceit in Interpersonal Relationships. University of Illinois Law Review, 779-835.
Bill M. Shaw, Sandra Hurd, and Paula C. Murray. 1984. Comparable Worth: A Legal and Ethical Analysis: Using Traditional Tort Principles to Encourage Honesty in Sexual Relationships. Journal of Contemporary Law 11, 67-103.
Sandra Hurd, Paula C. Murray, and Bill M. Shaw. 1984. Compare Worth: A Legal and Ethical Analysis. American Business Law Journal 22, 407-427.
Paula C. Murray. 1984. Due-on-Sale Clauses in Adjustable Rate Mortages. Real Estate Law Journal 12, 229-242.
Paula C. Murray. 1983. Am I My Brother's Keeper? Real Estate Broker Liability for Seller's Misrepresentations. Texas Bar Journal 46, 1374-1383.
Paula C. Murray. 1983. Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, in The Practical Aspects of Texas Real Estate Law, Eugene Nelson and Walstein Smith, Jr. eds. Austin, TX: Austin Press.

Robert Prentice

Robert Prentice
rprentice@mail.utexas.edu
CBA 5.256 (-471-5246)

 

Robert A. Prentice, ed. 2010. Gratuitous Promises, Encyclopedia of Law and Economics. Edgar Elgar, forthcoming.
Dain Donelson and Robert A. Prentice. Scienter Pleading and Rule 10b-5: Empirical Analysis and Behavioral Implications. Case Western Reserve Law Review, forthcoming.
Robert A. Prentice and Yousef A. Valine. 2013. Don't Kid Yourself, You're Biased. RMA Journal 95(10), 12-17.
Robert A. Prentice. 2012. Good Directors and Bad Behavior. Business Horizons 55(6), 535-541.
David B. Spence and Robert A. Prentice. 2012. The Transformation of American Energy Regulation and the Problem of Market Power. Boston College Law Review 53, 131-202.
Robert A. Prentice. 2011. Moral Equilibrium: Stock Brokers and the Limits of Disclosure. Wisconsin Law Review 6, 1059-1107.
Robert A. Prentice. 2011. Permanently Reviving the Temporary Insider. Journal of Corporation Law 36(2), 343-389.
Robert A. Prentice. 2010. A Friend's Tribute: Gaylord A. Jentz-August 7, 1031-November 23,2009. American Business Law Journal 47(2), p vii-ix.
Robert A. Prentice and Dain Donelson. 2010. Insider Trading as a Signaling Device. American Business Law Journal 47(1), 1-73.
John Hasnas, Robert A. Prentice, and Alan Strudler. 2010. New Directions in Legal Scholarship: Implications for Business Ethics Research, Theory, and Practice. Business Ethics Quarterly 20(3), 503-531.
Robert A. Prentice. 2009. Scheme Liability: Does it Have a Future After Stoneridge? Wisconsin Law Review 2, 351-419.
Robert A. Prentice. 2008. Stoneridge, Securities Fraud Litigation, and the Supreme Court. American Business Law Journal 45, 611-683.
Robert A. Prentice. 2007. Ethical Decision Making: More Needed Than Good Intentions. Financial Analysts Journal 6, 17-30.
Robert A. Prentice. 2007. Flatland, Ethicsland, and Legalland. Business Ethics Quarterly 17, 433-440.
David B. Spence and Robert A. Prentice. 2007. Sarbanes-Oxley as Quack Corporate Governance: How Wise is the Received Wisdom. Georgetown Law Journal 95, 1843-1909.
Frank B. Cross and Robert A. Prentice. 2006. Economies, Capital Markets, and Securities Law. Cardozo Law Review 28, 333-389.
Robert A. Prentice. 2006. The Inevitability of a Strong SEC. Cornell Law Review 91, 775-839.
Robert A. Prentice. 2005. "Regulatory Competition in Securities Regulation: A Dream (That Should Be) Deferred,". Ohio State Law Journal 66, 1155-1230.
Robert A. Prentice. 2005. A Student’s Guide to Sarbanes-Oxley. Thomson/West.
Robert A. Prentice and John R. Allison. 2005. Business Law: Text and Cases in the Legal Environment. Thomson Custom Publishing.
Robert A. Prentice. 2005. Securities Regulation. Thomson/West (under contract).
Robert A. Prentice. 2005. The Ethical and Legal Environment of Accounting. Thomson/West.
Robert A. Prentice. 2004. Teaching Ethics, Heuristics, and Biases. Journal of Business Ethics Education 1, 57-74.
Robert A. Prentice and Jonathan J. Koehler. 2003. A Normality Bias in Legal Decision Making. Cornell Law Review 88, 583-650.
Robert A. Prentice. 2003. Chicago Man, K-T Man, and the Future of Behavioral Law and Economics. Vanderbilt Law Review 56, 1661-1777.
Robert A. Prentice. 2003. Enron: A Brief Behavioral Autopsy. American Business Law Journal 40, 417-444.
John R. Allison and Robert A. Prentice. 2002. Business Law: Text and Cases in the Regulatory Environment 5th Custom Edition 2003. Cincinnati, OH: International Thomson Custom Learning.
Robert A. Prentice. 2002. Regulating Investors: A Behavioral Analysis. Duke Law Journal 51, 1397-1504.
Robert A. Prentice. 2002. Whither Securities Regulation? Some Behavioral Observations Regarding Proposals for Its Future. Duke Law Journal.
Robert A. Prentice. 2001. The Case for Educating Legally Aware Accountants. American Business Law Journal 38, 597-631.
Robert A. Prentice. 2000. The Case of the Irrational Auditor: A Behavioral Insight into Securities Fraud Litigation. Northwestern University Law Review 95, 133-220.
Robert A. Prentice. 2000. The SEC and MDP: Implications of the Self-Serving Bias for Independent Auditing. Ohio State Law Journal 61, 1597-1670.
Robert A. Prentice, Vernon Richardson, and Susan Scholz. 1999. Caught in the Web. The Financial Executive 15, 27-28.
Robert A. Prentice. 1999. Clinical Trial Results, Physicians and Insider Trading. Journal of Legal Medicine 20, 195-222.
Robert A. Prentice, Vernon Richardson, and Susan Scholz. 1999. Corporate Web Site Disclosure and Rule 10b-5: An Empirical Evaluation. American Business Law Journal 36, 531-578.
Robert A. Prentice. 1999. The Internet and its Challenges for the Future of Insider Trading Regulation. Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 12, 263-364.
Robert A. Prentice. 1999. Y2K: Legal Implications and Future Repercussions. Information Systems: Frontiers, 141-153.
Robert A. Prentice. 1998. The Future of Corporate Disclosure: Fraud, the Internet, and Rule 10b-5. Emory Law Journal 47, 1-88.
Robert A. Prentice. 1997. Conceiving the Inconceivable and Judicially Implementing the Preposterous: The Premature Demise of Respondent Superior Liability Under Section 10(b). Ohio State Law Journal 58, 1325-1419.
Robert A. Prentice. 1997. Locating that "Indistinct" and "Virtually Nonexistent" Line Between Primary and Secondary Liability Under Section 10(b). North Carolina Law Review 75, 692-780.
Robert A. Prentice. 1996. Vaporware: Imaginary High-Tech Products and Real Antitrust Liability in a Post-Chicago World. Ohio State Law Journal 57, 1163-1263.
Robert A. Prentice. 1995. Can the Contributory Negligence Defense Contribute to a Defusing of the Accountants' Liability Crisis in Common Law Countries? Wisconsin Journal of International Law 13, 359-418.
Robert A. Prentice. 1995. Designing and Delivering a Course Entitled "Legal Regulation and Liability of Accountants". Journal of Legal Studies Education 13, 45-74.
Robert A. Prentice. 1995. Ex Turpi Causa Non Oritur Actio: Can the U.S. Borrow From Abroad a Doctrine to Ease the Tort Litigation "Crisis"? San Diego Law Review 32, 53-135.
Robert A. Prentice. 1994. Anatomy of a Fraud: Inside the Finances of the PTL Ministries. American Business Law Journal 31, 519-534.
Robert A. Prentice. 1994. Beware of Vaporware: Product Hype and the Securities Fraud Liability of High-Tech Companies. Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 8, 1-74.
John R. Allison and Robert A. Prentice. 1994. Business Law: Text and Cases in the Regulatory Environment, 6th Edition. Fort Worth, TX: The Dryden Press.
John R. Allison and Robert A. Prentice. 1993. The Legal Environment of Business. Fort Worth, TX: The Dryden Press.
Eli P. Cox and Robert A. Prentice. 1992. A Corporate Guide for Producing Safe Products and Defending Against Product Liability Suits. Journal of Products Liability 14, 251-263.
John R. Allison, Rate A. Howell, and Robert A. Prentice. 1992. Business Law: Fifth Alternate Edition. Hinsdale, IL: The Dryden Press.
Robert A. Prentice and Mark Roszkowski. 1991. "Tort Reform" and the Liability "Revolution": Defending Strict Liability in Tort for Defective Products. Gonzaga Law Review 27, 251-302.
John Langmore and Robert A. Prentice. 1991. Contribution Under Section 12 of the Securities Act of 1933: The Existence and Merits of Such a Right. Emory Law Journal 40, 1015-1107.
Robert A. Prentice. 1991. Section 12(2): A Remedy for Wrongs in the Secondary Market? Albany Law Review 55, 1-45.
Robert A. Prentice and John H. Langmore. 1990. Hostile Tender Offers and the Nancy Reagan Defense': May Target Boards 'Just Say No'? Should They Be Allowed To? Delaware Journal of Corporation Law 35, 377-481.
Robert A. Prentice. 1990. The Muddled State of Title VII's Application Abroad. Labor Law Journal 41, 633-640.
Robert A. Prentice. 1989. Front-End Loaded, Two-Tiered Tender Offers: An Examination of the Counterproductive Effects of a Mighty Offensive Weapon. Case Western Reserve Law Review 39, 389-453.
Robert A. Prentice. 1989. Section 12 of the '33 Act: Establishing the Statutory Seller. Alabama Law Review 40, 417-473.
Robert A. Prentice and John L. Langmore. 1989. Shareholder Alternatives to Hostile Takeovers: Restructurings, Auctions, and MacMillan II. Seton Hall Law Review 20, 4-76.
Robert A. Prentice and Brenda Winslett. 1988. Defamation and the Workplace. Communications and the Law 10, 29-38.
Robert A. Prentice and Mark Roszkowski. 1988. Reconciling Comparative Fault and Strict Liability: A Public Policy Analysis. St. Louis University Law Journal 33, 19-102.
Robert A. Prentice. 1988. Reforming Punitive Damages: The Judicial Bargaining Concept. The Review of Litigation 7, 113-165.
Robert A. Prentice and Jill J. Thompson. 1988. The Legal Blitz Against Accountants: An Analysis of Section 12. Kentucky Law Journal 76, 345-386.
Robert A. Prentice. 1988. The Roles of States in Tender Offer Regulation: An Analysis of CTS. Columbia Business Law Review, 1-87.
Robert A. Prentice and Brenda Winslett. 1987. Employee References: Will a "No Comment" Policy Protect Employers Against Liability for Defamation? American Business Law Journal 25, 207-239.
Robert A. Prentice. 1985. Expanding the Duty to Rescue. Suffolk Law Review 19, 15-54.
Robert A. Prentice. 1985. The Impact of Dirks on Outsider Trading. Securities Regulation Law Journal 13, 38-71.
Robert A. Prentice. 1984. Dillon v. Legg Comes to Texas. Texas Bar Journal 47, 383-390.
Robert A. Prentice and Paula M. Murray. 1984. Liability for Transmission of Herpes: Using Traditional Tort Principles to Encourage Honesty in Sexual Relationships. Journal of Contemporary Law 11, 67-103.
Robert A. Prentice. 1983. Choosing the Proper Structure for Your Business. Real Estate Business, 26-29.
Robert A. Prentice. 1983. Supreme Court Rhetoric. Arizona Law Review 25, 85-122.
Robert A. Prentice. 1983. Target Board Abuse of Defensive Tactics: Can Federal Law be Mobilized to Overcome the Business Judgment Rule? Journal of Corporation Law 8, 337-360.
Mark Roszkowski and Robert A. Prentice. 1983. The Sale of Business Doctrine: New Relief from Securities Regulation or a New Haven for Welshers? Ohio State Law Journal 44, 473-520.
Robert A. Prentice. 1981. Fernandez, The INS, and International Law. Immigration Newsletter 10, 6-10.
Robert A. Prentice. 1981. First Amendment Protection of Corporate Political Speech. Tulsa Law Review 16, 599-657.
Robert A. Prentice. 1981. Implied Rights of Action: Of Commodities and the Future. Wake Forest Law Review 17, 911-960.

Brian Richter

Brian Richter
brian.richter@mccombs.utexas.edu
CBA 5.250 (512-232-6751)
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Brian Richter, Adam Fremeth, and Brandon Schaufele. 2013. Campaign Contributions over CEOs' Careers. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5(3).
Brian Richter and Jeffrey F. Timmons. 2012. Why Not Adopt Better Institutions? Oxford Development Studies 40(2), 272-281.
Adam Fremeth and Brian Richter. 2011. Profiting from Environmental Regulatory Uncertainty: Integrated Strategies for Competitive Advantage. California Management Review 54(1), 145-165.
Brian Richter, Krislert Samphantharak, and Jeffrey F. Timmons. 2009. Lobbying and Taxes. American Journal of Political Science 53(4), 893-909.

David Spence

David Spence
david.spence@mccombs.utexas.edu
CBA 5.254 (512-471-0778)
CBA 5.202 (512-471-3322)

 

 Books
David B. Spence. 2010. Energy, Economics, and the Environment. Foundation Press (law casebook series) (co-authored)
David B. Spence and Robert Prentice. Law, Ethics, And Corporate Social Responsibility: Theory and Practice. (electronic text)
 Edited Volumes/Book Chapters
David B. Spence. 2014 (FC). Regulating Shale Gas Production: The Federalism Questions. Shale Gas and the Future of Energy: Law and Policy for Sustainability (Edward Elgar)
David B. Spence and Emily Meazell. 2014 (FC). Global Climate Change and U.S. Law.  
David B. Spence. 2014. The Regulation of Coal-Fired Power in the United States in Energy Law: U.S. Legal Portrait.
David B. Spence and Darren Bush. 2009. Why Does ERCOT Have Only One Regulator? in Electricity Restructuring: The Texas Story. American Enterprise Institute.
David B. Spence. 2008. Using Law to Steer Administrative Agencies in The Economics of Administrative Law. (Rose-Ackerman)
David B. Spence. 2003. The Benefits of Agency Policymaking: Perspectives from Positive Theory in  Politics, Policy, and Organizations: Frontiers in the Scientific Study of Bureaucracy. Ann Arbor, MI: Univeristy of Michigan Press.
David B. Spence. 2002. The Shadow of the Rational Polluter in Land Use and Environmental Law Review.
David B. Spence and Lekha Gopalakrishnan. 2001. The New Political Economy of Regulation: Looking for Positive-Sum Change in a Zero-Sum World in Environmental Contracts: Comparative Approaches to Regulatory Innovation in the United States and Europe. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
 Academic Journal Articles
David B. Spence. 2014 (FC). The Political Economy of Local Vetoes. Texas Law Review.
David B. Spence and Jody Freeman. 2014 (FC). New Problems. University of Pennsylvania Law Review.
David B. Spence. 2013. Moral Outrage vs. Cool Analysis in the Regulation of Shale Gas Production. Fordham Journal of Environmental Law.
David B. Spence. 2013. Federalism, Regulatory Lags, and the Political Economy of Energy Production. University of Pennsylvania Law Review 161(2), 431-508.
David B. Spence. 2013. Backyard Politics, National Policies: Understanding the Opportunity Costs of Fracking Bans. Yale Journal on Regulation Online.
David B. Spence and Robert A. Prentice. 2012. The Transformation of American Energy Regulation and the Problem of Market Power. Boston College Law Review 53, 131-202.
David B. Spence. 2011-12. Regulation, Climate Change and the Electric Grid. San Diego Journal of Climate and Energy Law.
David B. Spence. 2011. Regulation, "Republican Moments", and Energy Policy Reform. Brigham Young University Law Review 2011(5), 1561-1623.
David B. Spence. 2011. Corporate Social Responsibility in the Oil and Gas Industry. Chicago-Kent Law Review.
David B. Spence. 2010. The Political Barriers to a National RPS. Connecticut Law Review 42, 1451-73.
David B. Spence. 2008. Can Law Manage Competitive Energy Markets? Cornell Law Review 93, 765-817.
David B. Spence and Robert A. Prentice. 2007. Sarbanes-Oxley as Quack Corporate Governance: How Wise is the Received Wisdom. Georgetown Law Journal 95, 1843-1909.
David B. Spence. 2005. Coal-Fired Power in a Restructured Electricity Market. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum 15, 187-220.
David B. Spence. 2005. The Politics of Electricity Restructuring: Theory vs. Practice. Wake Forest Law Review 40, 417-449.
David B. Spence and Paula C. Murray. 2003. A Fair Weather Federalism on the High Court. Harvard Environmental Law Review 27, 71-105.
David B. Spence. 2002. A Public Choice Progressivism, Continued. Cornell Law Review 87, 397-448.
David B. Spence. 2002. The Never Ending Story: The Constitutionality of Superfund's Retroactive Liability Regime. Environmental Law Reporter 32, 11284-11298.
David B. Spence. 2001. Can the Second Generation Learn from the First? Understanding the Politics of Regulatory Reform. Capital University Law Review 29, 205-22.
David B. Spence. 2001. The Shadow of the Rational Polluter. California Law Review 89, 917-98.
David B. Spence and Frank B. Cross. 2000. A Public Choice Case for the Administrative State. Georgetown Law Journal 89, 97-142.
David B. Spence and Lekha Gopalakrishnan. 2000. Bargaining Theory and Regulatory Reform: The Political Logic of Inefficient Regulation. Vanderbilt Law Review 53, 1-58.
David B. Spence. 1999. Agency Discretion and the Dynamics of Procedural Reform. Public Administration Review 59, 425-42.
David B. Spence. 1999. Imposing Individual Liability as a Legislative Policy Choice: Holmesian 'Intuitions' and Superfund Reform. Northwestern University Law Review 93, 389-452.
David B. Spence. 1999. Managing Delegation Ex Ante: Using Law to Steer Administrative Agencies. Journal of Legal Studies 28, 413-59.
Paula C. Murray and David B. Spence. 1999. The Law, Economics and Politics of Federal Preemption Jurisprudence. California Law Review 87, 1125-1206.
David B. Spence. 1998. Using the Internet in Environmental Law Instruction. Business and Environment, 3.
David B. Spence. 1997. Administrative Law and Agency Policymaking: Rethinking the Positive Theory of Political Control. Yale Journal on Regulation 14, 407-50.
David B. Spence. 1997. Modeling Away the Delegation Problem. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 7, 199-219.
William T. Bianco, David B. Spence, and John Wilkerson. 1996. The Electoral Connection in the Early Congress. American Journal of Political Science 40, 145-71.
David B. Spence. 1995. Paradox Lost: Logic, Morality and the Foundations of Environmental Regulation. Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 20, 145-82.

Timothy Werner

Timothy Werner
timothy.werner@mccombs.utexas.edu
CBA 5.248 (512-232-6844)

 

 Books
Timothy Werner. 2012. Public Forces and Private Politics in American Big Business. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
 Book Chapters
Timothy Werner. 2013. Total Executive Compensation and Regulatory Threat in Business and Government: Critical Perspectives. Matthew Maguire and Graham K. Wilson. London, UK: Routledge.
Timothy Werner and Graham K. Wilson. 2010. Divided but Strong: Business Representation in Washington, D.C. in Oxford Handbook of Business and Government, David Coen, Wyn Grant, and Graham K. Wilson, eds. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Timothy Werner and Graham K. Wilson. 2008. Interest Groups, in Comparative Politics, Daniele Caramani, ed. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Timothy Werner, Kenneth R. Mayer, and Amanda D. Williams. 2006. Do Public Funding Programs Enhance Electoral Competition?, in The Marketplace of Democracy: Electoral Competition and American Politics, Michael P. McDonald and John Samples, eds. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution.
 Journal Articles
Timothy Werner. 2011. The Sound, the Fury, and the Nonevent: Business Power and Market Reactions to the Citizens United Decision. American Politics Research 39(1), 118-41.
Timothy Werner. 2009. Congressmen of the Silent South: The Persistence of Southern Racial Liberals, 1949-1964. Journal of Politics 71(1), 70-81.
Timothy Werner and Kenneth R. Mayer. 2007. Public Election Funding, Competition, and Candidate Gender. PS: Political Science and Politics 49(4), 661-67.